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How to Tie a Tasuki

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Uploaded on Apr 3, 2007

Tasuki (たすき; 襷; 繦; 手繦) is a sash or cord used to tuck up the sleeves of a kimono. I'm using a koshi-himo (こしひも; 腰紐) that's about 80 inches (~200 cm). This is an informal, slightly messy, quicker way of tying. (There is another method that keeps the sleeves neater.)

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